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L A"' MT A gh MT .mu ' W -1 gn , Q 5 1 .. hl , ' " 'GB-s THE SENIORS OF THE CLASS OF '50, DEDICATE THIS ANNUAL TO THEIR FOND IVIEMORIES OF TRENTON HIGH DURING THE PAST FOUR YEARS., WE SEEK TO CAPTURE AND RETAIN, THROUGHOUT THE YEARS, THE PLEASANT RECOL- LECTIONS OF OUR HIGH SCHOOL DAYS. w MEMORIES OF W 2 w--1!,.-w U EARL E. FORBES JR., B. S., Stetson University Physical Education, Biology, History W W HERBERT W. ORTH B. S., Purdue University Moth, English EDNA B. TURNER A. B., Florida Statefllniveralty Social Studies 3 I ROBERT SHANKLAND A. B., St. Louis Institute d Music M. A., Columbia University Music -qw, HERBERT E. BROWN B. S., University of Florida Agriculture REBECCA KENNEDAY B. S., Florida State University Home Economics, Everyday Living ROBERT C. ROWLAND B. A., University of Florida Business Education JAMES E. HANNA A. B., NY. A. University of Florida Principal 4 HARRIETTE ASHLEY A.-B., University of Georgia Physical Education, English FP an Q5 , MRS. MAE TOUTCHTON County Supervisor iff: Nts, A , fzfz 415' . -4 XL 1' V l jf, 1 i l ,l frgf.1,1 Q 1 d.',"".f-3 MR. E. P. TURNER Superintendent of Public Instruction gs, MISS ALIC E DEBN School Secretary Q .ML '-v .4"" 1 'K , H rx -ai'-' 1 J- F 5 N5 3 - , .,,i,,, n .iii 'Y MR. RANDOLPH MCLAUGHLIN Director of Instruction Above MR. HANNA and MISS DEEN Below MISS MARJORIE LANGFORD Office Helper 22122 , , v ,iimfx P +5 va 1 ,. .- mx 'Fi f .N 25.1945 'N ' ,xp ,'. it-1' w:,:i?n Left THE BUS DRIVERS sw. I PATSY BEACH l F. H. A. 4 years Basketball Z years Cheerleader 1 year 55 Beta Club 2 years 4 President of Class 48-49 OvQNN9o1'L,,9 Am. Perfect Housewife , I fu. y. -.2 - "Music Fiend" f K I Ny tk 'Y ad X-5 1 0919516 1 ,X ,QI 5 .fran ,Y 60063 P.. X .., . N wc' zgpiecgf Y' -a we - P-"zo V Q . 'S 6-' ' -1 iii A eile 7 . JUNIOR COLSON "junior Boy" F. F. A. 3 years Arnb. to be Farmer LEON CURRY "Long and Lean" F. F. A. 4 years Football 3 years Amb. To be an Ideal Husband. .2166 P lv' 049 C O oo 't l. it Fuel, -,01"'.?AzqN 41:7 '41, U, 'Se 5-P '71- b"e QQ, his 8 C W Uqntby R " J 'M' A7 A 954 a .., 'I ,IQ OO? .- j 2 A ore CAIQ ' Q9 10' ,.. . -ly 'fn 52' ' eff? sozwfl se"e ' 4- fciflf 019 39?-. B9Fo,,c'4" V' 4 ecret C105 -Pe-2 RP ,oxyoie ml, ary ey fs P50 - Rec 5-eqieqrs eDr,b':1- CI 'cf 'ss 49 6 50 Ps' iv 5411 9? 13" -L 9904500512 01: . "' Y".0' U 0' .PQ-lag Q 99 4' as d5,0,oe H x O09 ,V 40 Qpov- X1 KW X 95 4009, 0 n 0162 E801 009 P33 vb ooo .-52.0 0 P' :Pt eo ' 31.6 .QV FREDDIE GARNER "Ladies Man" F'.F.A.4years Football l year Baskethall 1 year Beta Club 2 years Amb. Occulist NTILDRED JONES "Dead- Eye Dick" Basketball Z years Captain 1949-50 F. H. A. 4 years Amb. Be a secretary and sit on the boss's knee. MYRTLE JONES "Flirty Myrtiel" F. H. A. 3 years Basketball 3 years Assistant Editor of Annual Class Reporter 3 years Amb. To be a nurse 'W 7 1' afy o as' . 6' 03341-O o 96 IV 4 015 'fa C 'fc '11 01-470 J- o 1 1' QQ 4 'Q Qt, .Peel-. y-Q15 Q19 "out-"b ' 1-Q -6. .5 ,eo 'E 'ffffcbliq 1.1 no f-fav' 'Nl Q, 9 j , "7 -Lg Lx nr x A 'F ' X 1 7 .--e as X fc' X J X J r , tx mx K-NN K K L ,X lx 41 ., 41 G Ofbqjofv in Org Um I i'1J'9I Cfqbew-w Q1 eo "I, e Sa, CA 37, S 0' 6 511- Y J"e,,1:"'.OQo e , . G J- G? .sfo 'Q 8'1- o,q qb role 0, Q, Q 1 3 1-9 0 ss QW CHARLES ROGERS Lollipop Brother Football l year be 2 V ' f f 5 Q Basketball 3 years '19 CI, jr., 1' Q 5 46,5 F. F. A. l year 0ffA,'QPQp V1 go Q0',,45 L5 Amb. Rancher - J 4? wr, px ,,., K., ,gr 4, f1,,B"'q,6a ,0,.9eqP a- 6,1 qos .4 e J 0 .- 15- se' 'L 45' 0 pf, 4- .1 XS' .50 ""4'e,.' xy' O of 60 O C' Xe' YA Gb O Cao' 1, Y' A 0,4 , ' X Q 119' M M ,n V ' ,nm ' .A K. 4. "' f mv' , R A 4 1 way 5 S- 1, j X, ' S3 - i ,Lzg 1 1 fi WOODBURN SCHOFIELD DORIS SHEFFIELD "Bo-Bo" "Blondie" 7' s. ,fn 611 R 2 y W 119. vo ' 'L me' 9 V 9 ' 99' 1 Yvs A 152519 ,005 rf- 1, -I Y' ,XX 1901 Y' 530 91 fo son? P10 Football l year Basketball 4 years Class President 49-50 Amb. Insurance Agent F. H. A. 3 years Amb. Secretary ROOSEVELT STALVEY "Rosy" F ootbal F.F.A. Amb. T l 1 year 3 years eacher '33 6 yulj 0 'laeslp A 004, . 5 C Q' 65495 ' 'fl'-7 e"e C .4-'Pe' Q 'bij Q Pe 'Q' QQ J'Wfq,"+. eu! 8 4 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1950 We., the members of the graduating class of 1950, of the city gf Trenton, County of Gilchrist, State of Florida, being of reasonable sound and disposing mind and memory, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament, hereby revok- ing any and all wills heretofore made by us. First: We direct that all our just debts and funeral expenses be paid and discharged by the junior Class. Second: We give, devise, and bequeath all our estate and property, real and personal, of whatsoever nature and wheresoever situated, to our beloved fellow students. Marie Owens wills to Barbara Crisman her "Betty Grab1e" legs. Tommy Bass leaves to Maxine Love his motto "I Love to Live and Live to Love." Leon Curry wills to Edward Martin his beard. To Harwell Sheppard, Angus Swilley leaves his wavy hair tone hair stands up and waves to anotherj. Delton Geiger fall-starj wills his ability to play football to jerry Douglas. Mildred jones wills her tallness and lankiness to shorty "Red" Williams. Patsy Beach wills to Frank Colson her position in the Beta Club so that he can attend the convention and keep an eye on Red. Marjorie Langford wills her ability to play the piano fchopsticksj to "Hotshot" Arrington. To Barbara Crisman, Katie Deen wills her ability to sing a solo. Bill Lord leaves W. B. Mathis his Biology book. Freddie Garner wills to Call Matthews a pair of trousers to replace the ones into which holes were drilled during Vocational Agriculture. Harry ,.71-- Coleman, alias Charles Atlas, wills to Qye- George Polk Qscrimpyj his fat, bad looks X and size. Charlie Rogers wills to Harwell Egg Xu q sheppara his cout-tin' ability. Margaret 5 "M Curry wills to Thelma Ridgeway her loud mouth. Junior Colson wills his ambition to become a farmer to Howard Crissey. Roosevelt Stalvey wills his ability for V, making A's in English to Curtis Sheppard. Bo-Bo Schofield wills to Millard Stanley his basketball ability to dribble at the f wrong time. Marie Owens wills to Margaret Sheppard her mancatching ability. Leon Curry wills to Babs Crisman his two front teeth which he received for Christmas. Delton Geiger wills his brains to Bill Martin. QDo you suppose that he is insinuating that Bill needs new brains ?j Myrtle jones leaves her basketball playing ability to John Lord. 9 ' 9 Patsy Beach wills to Babs Crisman her porch swing to compete with the one she already has. Marjorie Langford leaves her job in the office to Thelma Ridgeway. Audrey jones wills her job after school to her brother Reginald. Felton Rogers wills to Edward Martin a chew of "blood hound - spit or drown" tobacco. jeanette Corbin wills her giggling ability to Thelma Ridgeway. Rosie Stalvey wills his ability caught drinking cokes and running laps during football season to Maxie Love. Doris Sheffield wills to Curtis Sheppard her slow and soft voice. fSomething tells me that we won't be hearing much from Curtisj Myrtle jones wills the division in her two front teeth to Bill Martin. Mildred jones leaves her ability to foul to john Lord. Audrey jones wills to Ruby Bass her Kinky hair. Margaret Curry wills her ability to type to Bill Martin. In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set o and and seal this first day of june, 1950. g QSEALJ The above Instrument, consisting of these pages, was subscribed by the said Senior Class of 1950 in our presence and acknowledge by the class to each of usg and the the class at the same time declared the above to be the Last Will and Testamentg and we at their request, in their presence, and in the presence of each bther, have signed our names as witnessess hereto. 1 --residing at 7 g ,J g residing at g M . wsff 1- ' for W ay residing at FFVLYJA 1 r -4,4 , 10 X45 J 90 gd' s 1 .-9 - i o K J f 'Y' ' :yy 11:61 K' gqiisgxg 4' .1-rf ' Lf'- , X--4' clotos T- ,,e?',. og, xwpi If 1' gov 3 99.6 9'w 09 X Q'-Ago aff' cow Ytees. G fovp 'tab aw 6'7" 010 5 8 ew' Agri? giwvxsx gb 628,11 9P'?'::'Yo4':'l.:1:z.t: s . X ,1 t9 'S-252121 11 "2-'f"Z1+f ezkb 0 905' 16195 N 9016829 953:00 ox' .0 . ,fo 4 f 5 '. ' QQ I E, A WA, QW ' . , uf ,t '-" -A " 3. MA., , ,fm H "fx ,I WT '-', X , a -1 6 NA. 1 L X 'xx O sc. Og. V599 , 0,0 v N ' Q31 :il 'S 4':,4'.,s on 5" 0 vi . 0 X .XOXQ V331-L1 c5'lx . . 5 fi OP'-10089 9 eip - P' if RUBY LEE BASS "Blondie" F. H. A. 3 yeu-s Basketball 1 year Amb. To be a. Nurse 42' fl: n...,,..,." .rMWi.- "' '4 I ff gl - ' ' 31. Qj.',5?15Qff"1 HOWARD C RISSEY ' Q "Tall Dark. and Mysterious." 4950 .I I O F. F. A. 3 years Basketball l year Amb. To be an Ideal Husband MAXEY DELL LOVE "Problem Child" F. F. A. 3 years Football 3 years lCo-Csptnin 48-49D Basketball Z years Class Vice-President 49-50 Amb. Girls Basketball Coach ll i-1 a Q-4 4, N za S011 If ICQ "N - aw in behggif. T, 45156 'll Q' -:"'l . oubsye 1,0 C Q c 4:- AQ, Q 'heb Je 1 'n A A J' A ooqrofi-, oo ,, +L, I - 1. llfqklfqs 'A A J e ' Q, J- 9+ QI n 'I 'b '0,. .mr 1 :J ff' " ' .fm wi,ffe Jw 'wa "o,""Q,. 4,465 51322: f-at . 4 P U "f-aff'-'e,." ea-oh. 44 on Seb Chic W? 4, Q- ' .4 ig Y, Q . 95 .- 'L NXP' x ,Evil bgigsinenxrs gin? 1,516 .-'Y 8,9 ,lov . qv foo N3 05636 f- go f- .so W' P5125-,calms K X E fr I yu. -:,,: jig' s 1 E Q- ' ' . Q, if V' A Ja vi' 156- 6 ODYO 000660 Cv- 43" '51 ,xv -'C' I-' 1-0 r 55 rr l2 ""' 5 2' H 25 F ,Nh 1 4 f .f K , f wg N 3, E I 2 - Q.. I- T7 5 K ? , , lj, 'L 6 Q h'h1 y 5 7' L 1? P 2 R' I K y M rf gn? Q .Q . f 52 I ,in . Lf ,, J. . ' .ifimr ' x Q, iw " w. B. MATHIS ,'St1fft1lg,r '-Nubbin" A ' 'Z 4 buf Shrew F. F. A. 3 years .q,::6.II' 3yel.P,'.., S Amb. Farmer THELMA RIDGEWAY "Bookworm" Beta Cli l year A Studs!! Amb. Bookkeeper 5' W' eww. CAROLYN WILLIAMS "Red, d0t's me!" . 5. I Q1- 4:-,,,:a,. ' '1 .i bi N ggkifglf " .,5 K .- rf. W C .,Co,P,. ee 00, I'-9 0 fq fed' Wu . -z ai ee ' if f 5 as, E , Q 4.5 , , 314' 331 A . , .,. -I 6' mae -1'4" 01 .Q '56 '-1 "5 0 4' . - 8 'Y qi' JJ'e.J,'Q':re"tPo 'b,+e,.. Q F. H. A. 3 years az, Beta Club Z years we Qc Cheerleader 2 years '44,'44a O Basketball 3 years 01, Q 4 WGQTSH YYBY' Class Treasurer 49-50 '7q,6'U5. ' Jyeiubepb vb 56s Arrb. Help Frank run his Ranch - y.oZ.',.et.0.'. '. ,Iac 'NE of. 9 'IP YfRTw,1T'11::" lb F- 11" Y' Y' r-"X" 12 CLASS PROPH ECY The class of 1950 holds its first meeting after graduation in the enor- mous glittering, gold ballroom on the 13th floor of the luxurious Hotel Trenton, February 2.9, 1970. This is a gay occasion and it jolly-well should be for it is their first reunion since their departure from the merry-making halls of Trenton High School. While they are all together, let us take the opportunity to interview these ladies and gentlemen. We'll start here with this young lady. Why it's Katy Deen! She tells us that she is head nurse at the Alachua County Hospital. Could this be the reason the death rate is so low in that community? Who is this lady hiding behind the mink coat? Oh, it's Patsy Beach. Excuse us! Patsy Anderson. She has been successful in carrying out her threat to raise a football team. Her little boys now play for the Dixie County High School. We understand that their only defeat has come from the Trenton Tigers! XX Y is 'P lox 7? 'L , - W t: N ,px 1 . lm owl 1 4:3 X1 . 4 'l'2fcr6l" siprnu- Q I' -O g Xxx lx I I f X X K Here comes Charlie Rogers. Wonder what he has been doing for himself? He informs us of his radio program, "For Girls on1y--, which is giving Bing C rosby stiff competion. Oh! the "Big Three" are still together. Freddie, Leon, and Angus now own the B-Bar-B C attle Ranch on Road 82. It seems to be paying big dividends from the looks of that red convertible they came in. Well it's none other than Mildred jones, better known as "Dead-Eye-Dick". She gave up her basketball career to establish her own Hadacol Plant located on Azalea Boulevard. Also with her is Margaret Curry, her assistant manager. However Miss Curry will be leaving soon to enter the Chevrolet business! These two young ladies were escorted by their ever-faithful bookkeeper, Roosevelt Stalvey. Would you have ever believed it? Why we hardly recongnized Audrey Jones. She is a full time model for the Catalina Bathing Suit owned by junior Colson. Mr., Colson expresses his wishes to finance the next reunion in 1980. Mr. Buddy Roberts, the former Miss Myrtle jones, has recently quit her career as a Home Economics Teacher to work in the Atomic Energy Research Laboratory. This Came about last week when a cake she was baking turned out to be an Atomic Bomb! Harry'Coleman is here tonight rounding up business. He has shoveled his way to a cheerful profession, having become the full fledged undertaker at the T renton Funeral Home. We're taking time out to be entertained by the famous Marie Owens from the Grand Ole Opry! She flew down from Nashville for this special occasion. The All-American football coach, Delton Geiger, justawalked up and complimented Miss Owens on her version of "The 'Call of the Wild Goose" Mr. Geiger has been offered the position of head coach at Trenton High School. Billy Lord is here with his head in the clouds. He hit the jackpot on a radio quiz show last night by answering a historical question. We always knew his name would go down in history! Doris Sheffield, Marjorie Langford, and Jeanette Corbin just arrived in a Limousine. They were called home from their latest theater production in Paris to attend this reunion. Everyone is welcoming these celebrities. Tommy Bass is leading the life of an electrician. He is unusually quiet tonight, Perhaps he got hold of the wrong livewirel Oh, yes. We haven't talked to Felton Rogers yet. He made his debut at the Kentucky Derby last year as a horse jockey. l-le was the hero of the day, when he rode the winning horse across the "Pay dirt", Late as usual, we see Mr. Woodburn Schofield, the financier of this get-together, coming in. You remember him as "Bo-Bo" who starred on Trenton High's great basketball xeam in 1950. After graduation, Nlr. Schofield turned to playing professional basketball and made his millions. He is retired and living in his pink palace in the city of Bell. As we look around us now, we see that the class is present in full force. And as we take our leave, music and voices join in ringing out the traditional Alma Mater. 14 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: President - - - - - .... Millard Stanley Vice-President ..... Harrison Schofield Secretary T reasurer R eporter MELANE HORNE HARRISON SC HOFIELD JACK JOHNSON 'Q 1 Vs J - - - Betty Sue Bass - , - .,.. june Douglas - -jettie Mae Hines ALICE CLARK BETTY SUE BASS -IEANETTE JONES VIVIAN MATTHEWS CATHERINE CORBIN WANDA NIIKELL BUDDY WIGGINS JUNE DOUGLAS FR EDDIE MILLER MARY SWILLEY MAR Y HAWKINS I '31, 5 OVEIDA MooNEY I MILLARD STANLEY ' - L 1 4' JETTIE MAI-: HINEF as wu.MA NETTLES " THOMAS scorr , 3 - .. 0 in fu- S ,. S Q Lf mi 'W QF H I ,,, R. N ., A U me qw ,f i. . fiiw N. fcz'Nx '35 9 TAAA ' A G Ab .N' T' R'-1' 'f ,f " I . I 3521! f 1 A AI lx' as I , H .L'hL.4f2 5 ff N O IWOWOPZ . CIGS 15 S-5 K2 ov '7 ffm I lA NY if ii .lI' i l"Z5,1mC1l"t C1085 YCQVX9 - n wr. C-'vu-A ' 45 ' 7 N L L K ,Sf W ff 3, v 16 . ,J-W 9,01 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: President- - - jackson Brownlee Vice-President - - -Ernest Blitch Secretary - ----- C. A. Barron Treasurer ------ Wesley Green Reporter --'- Fredrick Rutledge LEFT TO RIGHT: lst ROW: C. A. Barron. Znd ROW: Earnest Blitch, 3rd ROW 4th ROW: 5th ROW: 6th ROW: 7th ROW: jackson Brownlee. Derwood Bryant, Willie Jay Cook, Betty Crisman. Mertie Crissey, Lucy Deen, Jimmie R. Downing, Bessie Faison. Margaret Garner, Billie jo Geiger, Wesley Green, Bobby Hawkins, Leola jones. Mary jo jones, Reginald jones, Barbara Martin, Nellie Mathis, Myrtice Philman, Alfred Pope. joan Reed, Maxie Ridgeway, Fredrick Rutledge, Bill Sheppard, Marie Slaughter, Billy Twombly Oveida Wilkerson, Milan Wilson. f Q kv' xaya' is X N E ff '5..,-e....-... yr, , ' fn fm .W Q R nay' L ' -. ,4 , 'fi I fa? W, fir: -M W 'M' iiwgl 1 .R -1 fs- L . - figs 'saws WM 55" cf fl 11 up fd: A 7 - Z J K , ' I f 3 'Q fx A fm ay QE , KX! qfxa X 1, Wxidfar, ffm -agp. Q. , ,,,4 , , - sv W ls. fa -fa 5 fl '1 1, 1 K H 6. 1 . 'mf f " ' a , I. 0' I , , W-, Q ,.- f"' l J' L , " 5 Q . ri. V 1.. i'i'J" E ,,, .2 Q ,., 12- fe e +1 AQ if . f - w A 1 W , ii A - Aw , Q4 W , fl, nv. I . ' ' N Ari . 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I , L 1 I ,. x 5 "- I N -'SL v A 0 A 'A f' ' ' R R lf 4 Q , , I .. , , . 'fi' ' fr 1' . 1 :I A .4 A F ' U f i .2 2 . . , I , 1- - av 'TA' I., A ' 1' nf fy, A ,ya fb. -'. . " ' O f- V5 ,. 5, - x I 1 A -4 71 M F Y ,, ' ,N 0 M' N V7 i -. Q, Q Ai L' ' M 'J' 6 at -1 . " x ' , - 2, M in 11, evanHw flvude 19 LEFT TO RIGHT: lst ROW Znd ROW: 3rd ROW 4th ROW Sth ROW 6th ROW j. C. Clark, Earl Colson, George Colson, Troy Connatser, Netzle Crisman, Clayton Deen. Frank Deen, Betty j. Downing, Sammy L.. Downing, Ruthie M. Durden, Clayton Hardee, David Horne, Betty jones , Catherine jones, Lem Lee, Gertrude Langford, Joyce Langford,- Randy McLaughlin, Billy Mikel, Hayward NesSmlth, Margie Nettles, Beaulah M. Oquinn, Elizabeth Perryman Evelyn Polk. Mildred Pope, Lucille Pridgeon, Mildred Faison, jo Rucker, Fleeta Sanchez, Yvonne Shelfield. Louise Tofhllnson, Phylls Tomlinson, Martin Watson, Deryl Williams. L, will 1, , Mu-fn M H.- . .... L 3, N on Aww Mum -,fu .ff Q ff ss BETA CLUB OFFICERS President --'------ Patsy Beach Vice-President - - Horace F. Arrington Secretary ------ C arolyn Williams Treasurer - - - - Carolyn Williams Reporter ' - -Margaret Curry F. H. A. OFFIC EHS: President- A Margaret Sheppard Vice-President - - june Douglas Secretary - - - Carolyn Williams, Trl-af.ur1'r ' ' ' Myrlie C risen-y Reporter ' ' ' ' ' Katie D1-on 'J' F. F. A. OFFICERS: President - - Horce F. Arrington Vice-President - Maxey Dell Love Secretary ------- Billy Lord Treasurer- - - Jackson Brownlee Reporter - - - - Freddie Garner 3 EE? 0 N43---L ,W ' ffx N! WJ! :oe X39-E H MAK5 S AMERICA if '19 4 2' Qx J S X JN . ffjxk f 1 X -Al ggxl 'X 'Q X 'T V2 I f' K Wf m, 3564 21 2.35 HHLLUWEEN It was October 28, 1949-Halloween Carnival time at Trenton High! Spooks, cats, noise, food, and fun galore made it a real success. Every detail humanly possible fold mother nature really threatened us for awhile with a black 'look of fdisapprovalj was prepared well in advance so that the carnival spirit could reign supreme! Even the faculty lay buried peacefully in the faculty graveyard within a short distance of the teaming fish pond and the popular hot dog stand. The shouts of an auctioneer boomed loudly above the carnival chatter--"One dollar once, one dollar twice, one dollar three times- SOLD- to the highest bidder! The cakes were gone! Nine o'clock-the crowd shifted to the auditorium for a well planned amateur show. Students from kindergarten to high school "showed forth" their talents in a. professional way. No one dreamed of such talent! Every- thing from vocal solos and tap dancing to tumbling and heavy-weight lifting was rendered before an applauding audience. In the high school the first prize was awarded to "The Two Nuts and an ldiot", namely Charles Rogers, Woodburn Schofield, and Millard Stanley for their interpretation of "Clancy Lowered the Boom". The second prize went to the tumbling team, Bobby Hawkins, Harry Coleman, and Billy and Edward Martin. To climax the evening of entertainment two door prizes were given to Mr. Horace Arrington and Miss Myrtle jones, holders of the lucky tickets. So passed another Halloween hilariously spent. 22. CHRISTMAS PAGEANT --1949 The Christmas Program was enjoyed by the performers as well as the audience, Several vocal and quartet numbers were rendered. The Chorus work showed some time had been spent in preparation for the zero hour. The grammer grades were represented by quite a number of cherub- like faces dressed in white robes and black bows Qties that is The Senior Choir was composed of slightly less angelic faces but their hearts being in the right places, the show went over with a bang. The stage was decorated with a white picket fence, covered with palmettoes and pine sprigs. The costumes and stage decorations were indeed neat and appropriate. All this and the soft flowing music from our own dis- tinguished pianist contributed to the success of our Christmas Pageant. """'f1'v"71A3 . tk 'P' X Gig "' 23 ' T f W K CA My Mx fx fy -mifxi-' f, f f N? 'i' 5 K , Qfi5E".rg ? Y l VA' ' ' I ' V A D- yi' L , ml"-4 X -f - "ii" M ., 1 ' if f ,. . . 'WL ' 5 F 4 X N f'--, tk Q fb Aff ' I ' ' ' -"vm-ul-Qr . 7-saga? ,1" fr kxrrk 1 1- Q I .. jf? 'F in 1 u,,5,,. w 4 1 ' L 55,5 if H Ii iwn ,HL-Q4--'L 1 3: ' 1 . nk! Q- , , M L, , ,, fz"2. I , , 4 1 - Q... , . A A. R 4 H W E -if 45, K ., -, . A ' 1 'L ff' 'A f si 1.1. Qfiw. . V 'ff ' ' , w-,' - 1' 'M 11 , -.gg V , we A V " ,, -4 I .l,,,, " "'!' ' 'w ifrri f , Q N. , wif f f-1 H t Q?,f1Z,L " ' , 'F 's ' 'Sf " ' " f A"hl L rg hfzili, . . gwa-if -M,-Ns 24 05 LRE? fi Typing .fd 5 A1 fm, . , my A - ,B . ing ,J A , N - w 4 .s . ' ' w .. 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Each class sponsored a float and individuals decorated cars and entered them in the parade. The winner of the first prize was a float entered by the Future Homemaker's club which advertized the dance that was to be held. Mr. C. W. Roberts was awarded the second prize for his car which was decorated in orange and black. The dance was a success with the help of so many of the old Alumni. :NJN l gr , K. it Zlawem , we W M ,ifsi ,V. .A ., ., ,, 'S ' " 13-A f' as 28 !' W MII x T P,,,,,.,..--,- I,',L"l'x .E,,. , :M , ,ga 1' r L , ,M .M -4-- -u 5. . . JL . ,.n4.-JL-,,, , ,-v,-A vw Y K W A J'W1, V ,...K, . T il. .ax ml vb. . 'i ' ' -.Y ,fr A 1 'Y .vw QV' . -'j. .. ,Ui M Q J' i n ,Mn --'1"" f. J. v at 's N 3, . ' Ufg.," .' '--Lo. '-7 L -' '- .ff ,- Big M xrz- - ' .-, i V ,. X E ' - . ' 1 Y, is A ' I ,- 11-.1 . fv: -rfsz. ' Hc- c-1:1 S-OLD Il Poofball ugh, heap B13 fed' 30 LJc+'fcTmC fl The tigers began the season by beating Lake Butler 7-0 under the new lights of "Tiger Field". This proved to be insufficient "warm-up" for the P. K. Younge game and our boys lost a hard fought Z7-12 decision. The third game rolled around with Branford on our hands to whom the tigers gave a 36-6 trimming. This was the second conference win for the tigers and was a hard fought battle. The same scrappy spirit prevailed in the High Springs game. This was an important game in holding a good season's record. The tiger squad played a bang up ball game to defeat the High Springs Sandspurs by a margin of 19-7. The winning of this game raised the hopes for the Newberry game for which our boys fought all the way to lose an unwelcome decision of 19-6. Next in line for the tigers were the unbeaten Fernandina eleven. Though fighting against a powerful team they never gave in but left still in high spirits carrying a 47-13 defeat. This proved to be quite a practice game before getting ready for the Bunnell Bulldogs. The tigers wanting to even the series with the bulldogs joyously walked off the field at the big end of a 24-6 score. The final game rolled around with Crescent City on the list. After playing a very diligent game the boys had to acknowledge a defeat by the score of 41-0. .1 ,N . -. 2, ,A -if J, 'A .' .X N2 ' . 5 'Hx ig: 41' P -. ' giif . ' .n-gp-'ggi' ,ET W' 5,94-g 51.53" 'V kvi . L. . ,,a. , ., , , wg' 3' ,Mg 1 . .1P".vesr- 1. F .M " - A.. , -" Y 2- 'vm' f 'lj . 'A 'Zz' . :fw.Yfs.i.s -T' .I I .u ,pi 53 tif! , - .ff 'H '?. Q1 fM?g fjgw 1. ,gy Wi, Q I I r b l'if'.' f .r at -l v F 7 ill! ' Vi? YQ 5 H 'va."'fi,iE . . mfg J 1: .-ff? 'If . 4. ' A . .1 ' iYi",' '- .. , f Q .iff L1 ' .diff ,V v- .g a y ., .i.2.,f g:.g,1i4. 4: X . x, ia.. . . "- 15" , V . ' 2 if ' ' -+- " - '-1 ' A . . .1 -. is T V , ,,, , F Q' 'e .Mlm gk! -- , N: I ,gf I I ,. V I . Ml ., V , , J ... f 5. ' calf ff T V - -riff' ' -M J I X fa. -i V, f ' 1 r P u. . , '- " Bi ' 9... 'in' 5' . is ,, 'gif . ' ' ' .1f-fei-rf- -f' .4 -if 1. f , . ww . ..f is i sasa f . .5w m"w7 , '- ,. .. 'f L' f If ' -. A . 1- V My - u.'ff,y 7.15.1 ,, lf"-.L-af., EN"-yf.:e.-...Li ff., :1 '55 if-dy-' i , gyda, ,fail pf , y , gk In 4, M . . X. f 2 K.- T, W- .3 R ,. g.5,,.Ja5,. -iq 1911" - 'Iii' T' ' -Ziff Q ' is MY' , 3 fgfkfi .-15 fi. -t " 541-T'i".'f' "."fkr3""7'--,'ff,FW7 r ' it f K r --f . .rf-'25 , L- ,, 'v ,fu . - r - ' - ' 4' ' SJ - " .. .s3.,Q-aL-W. 151 errw ' 11 -J'5?3i?f?W.-ff.3'fw- f.Qs'E3?3f'.?'?'3'qg,'- X duty.. . . UTGM- ,l34'?' vi ' iff.. .1 'w I -1 '-1' 1 -J f Q. 9 A .9 'mil M.. J' - ,, .-E" -. - 31 We got the coach. We got the team. We got the pep, We got the steam. Coach, team, pep, steam. Fifteen rah's for the Trenton team. Rah, Rah,-Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah. Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Team! Team! Team! Fight! Fight: 'reun fight: Fight team fight! Fight team fight! Fight team! fight teun! Fight: Fight! Fight: Hi ya, coach, Hi ya, team, Hi ya, Hi ya. Coach and team. Rah bien, Bah bica, Ring, bang, bow wow Rip skisy, aye there Get there, stay there Rah bica, Bah bica, Bing bang, buff. Trenton, Trenton,- We're the stuff! J., 5 lf- Eat ---- ---- Eat ---- - - - Eat ------------ urn up tigers -um up tigers um up tigers Bo Bo Skiwatenta La La sh ------- Bo Bo Skiwateuta La La sh ------- Itea, biten, notten, ta Item, bitea, notten, ta B0 Bo Skiwatenta La La sh ------- few W ' Q. fig 3 I , ie X J x,..-f iff BHSTYUBUU Left to Right: Myrtlejones, F, Mary Hawkins, G, Mildred jones, F, ST ROW: Carolyn Williams, F, Barbara Crismnn, G, Katy Deen, G, BOND ROW: Imogene Martin, F, Betty Crisman, F, Judy Hines, G. Myrt Philmnn, F. joann Read, G, Lucy Deen, F, Mary jo jones, F, Miss Ashley, Coach. 'Q ld ' 1 5 . 31, ,nf ,--,xxv iw GV Q - -We 1 ,- 02 in . W . ' n , G V Ty 4 E T4 TAF 1 K Q-,ITT-'Ei 2-W GJ' gf 5'3-4 fl' 4 f rf fi M-I L 4 .7 GN-A A., 3 33 f 'll A:- SSEZSH' ll22!5' livin! ' K' .I ,fwlsszs "Our team is r-e-d hot - their team is a- 1-1 shot" recalls a familiar sound which fairly shook the walls of the Trenton gym on the night of December 9th, 1949 when both the Tigers and the Tigerettes snatched their first basketball game of the season from the Bell cagers. The Tigerettes, under the able coaching- of Miss Ashley, won laurels for them- selves throughout the entire season, winning eleven games and losing only three. Branford, however proved to be the stumbling block oi the season which prevented their participation in the Suwannee Tournament. The Tigers were still going strong when this account went to print. We hope the unwritten record of their showing in the District Tournament will compare favor- ably to their tournament records in the past. DATE Dec. 9, Dec. 15, jan. 3, jan. 6, jan. 10, JM- 13. janv. 20, jan. 24, jan. 27, jan. 31, Feb. 3, Feb. 10, Feb. 14, Feb. Zl, Feb. 24, Feb. 27, 1949- 1950 BASKETBALL OPPONENT Bell Bronson Waldo Cedar Keys Branford Bell Starke Alachua Newb erry Bell Branford Newb erry High Springs W ellborn Starke Cross City TIGERS We-They 15 - 12 28 - 39 35 - 37 33 - 23 15 - 37 24 - 27 34 - 41 19 - 23 35 - 31 20 - Z1 28 - 43 30 - 31 32 - 43 32 - 31 ? - ? ? - ? TIGERETTES We-They 42 - 29 36 - 35 51 - Z2 52 - 15 34 - 36 49 - 41 38 - 26 38 - 41 55 - 28 60 - 46 45 - 69 49 - 40 23 - 22 34 - 19 'P - ? ? - ? I pledge Flllejllnce fo The Ffa? ,SIJLTIN Grra Je, F 0u.T1' I1 Gradq Ge o 35 jvupkn' lesson. , N 0 f?-' Q Q ?- om fnEi'H"" Fififw anJSPxHx Gr-rack G 5 -. K' e ik . A W In ,TfY'i5 ,0Qhl A ll AL L ,F W' ' 1 . 1, "iii N MY'-s. CNSMA FWT H CREEK Q ifii L 3 qjwfnf Gfz-:Jef The Fafmw 1,1 me Dell MRS. WILLIAMS ff! E X ' MRS. LAZARUS -XSCOOVICI End Gfacfc Com bfnaffon I-0nd0n B-ridge. is Fallmq Down 39 Jon ss coorwcl Gm Je, is , ffaxrws aff-rel fn The TTC?- 41 A356 Hx, 'N 40 5015+ Gfa JC MISS CARSW ELL . fi? QQ. Q L onclo n Bffcfje F,' 'LS' 'I' GTE do WM WV Ta P +R 43 Ra MRS. BUCKHNHN Supf. NURSERY Kzmmnmmfwrlrm MRS-DEEN W Q f x W? - T !' ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Senior Class of Trenton High is indebted to many persons for assistance in planning and developing the materials in this annual. We are particularly appreciative of the cooperation and aid given freely and tirelessly by our faculty sponsor, Mr. Herbert Orth. ' Grateful acknowledgement is made to the various students, faculty members, and principal who cooperated in making this book a reality. A numb er of people outside our school also contributed materially to the success of our year book. To Witt Brothers School of Aviation for the use of its planeg to Mr. Harold Watson for the time and effort he spent in taking picturesg to the Hon. Sen. j. Min Ayres and to Mr. Robert Hanson for the use of materials, we extend our hearty and sincere thanks. K e, 4. 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